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Farmers’ movement will end only by mutual understanding with government, not by court intervention: Rakesh Tikait

Appealing the youth to join the movement, he said, “I think this will give a lot of strength to the movement.”

Farmers’ Protest Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) leader Rakesh Tikait said on Monday that the ongoing agitation against the three central agricultural laws will not end with the intervention of the court but only through mutual understanding with the government. This information was given in a release. According to a release issued by the organisers, while addressing the 11th ‘Students Parliament of India’ online, Tikait appealed to the youth to come out of their homes and join the ‘revolution’.Also Read – Bharat Bandh: DCP Dharmendra Meena, who survived the duty in Bengaluru, climbed on the protester’s SUV

Tikait was quoted as saying in the release, ‘Today the country observed a Bharat Bandh. I think the government is making unnecessary amendments in laws and policies. The government wants to sell the valuable resources of the country, they want to sell the land. Appealing the youth to join the movement, he said, ‘I think this will give a lot of strength to the movement.’ Also Read – Farmers told Delhi Congress President Anil Chaudhary – get up, go from here, what is your work among us

Tikait alleged that if the government continues to drain resources, then one day India will be known as a ‘laborer’s colony’ and only the working class will remain in the country. The Indian Student Parliament Conference was organized by the MIT School of Government. Also Read – Bharat Bandh Today: Roads Jam-Trains Canceled, Punjab Farmer Dies at Kundli Border, LIve Updates

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